Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, deserves an apology for not being consulted on the draft of a new Supreme Court bill the governing Law and Justice party hoped would help unlock billions of euros in EU funding, the government’s spokesperson has said.
The Ministry of Defence is planning to call up to 200,000 people for military training next year, according to a draft regulation presented by the ministry.
The Polish government on Friday passed draft legislation capping electricity prices for households, local governments, power-sensitive companies and SMEs, a government official said on Friday afternoon.
Poland's budget deficit is likely to come to PLN 68 billion (EUR 14.3 billion) in 2023 under a budget bill approved by the government on Wednesday.
The Polish government has approved a bill capping electricity prices for all households for the next year to alleviate the impact of high energy prices, government spokesperson said on Monday evening.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has announced that his government has approved a draft budget for 2023, and described it as "an ambitious budget for a difficult time."
Poland does not assume a return to the national draft as there is no need for it and young people can be attracted to military service by good prospects and programmes, the defence minister has told a daily paper.
A government draft published on Monday announced the introduction of a one-off carbon allowance to households where coal is the main source of heating.
President Andrzej Duda announced on Thursday that he will file a draft of a bill changing the functioning of Poland's Supreme Court.
Poland’s budget deficit will reach PLN 29.9 billion (EUR 6.4 billion) next year, according to the government’s budget bill approved by the Sejm (lower house) on Friday.